trick, impostor, burlesque, snake oil, role player, sendup, pasquinade, caper, dissembling, dupery, pretender, tommyrot, joke, charade, tosh, humbug, deception, fraud, put on, takeoff, lampoon, spoof, bosh, twaddle, double-dealing, dissimulation, faker, travesty, prank, boloney, pseud, taradiddle, tarradiddle, shammer, sham, misrepresentation, parody, mockery, antic, imposter, baloney, drool, pseudo, hoax, bilgewater, fake
dishonesty (part of speech: noun)
deviousness, craftiness, improbity, immorality, crookedness, corruption, prevarication, hypocrisy, traitorousness, treachery, underhandedness, unscrupulousness, deceitfulness, feloniousness, dishonesty, chicanery, insincerity
falsehood (part of speech: noun)
- No one knew better than the Bishop how false these were; Manchon himself had been so impressed with their utter fraudulence that he had inserted in their margin, under the date of the 4th of April, the statement that in many instances the facts alleged were entirely at variance with the declarations of the prisoner. - "Joan of Arc", Ronald Sutherland Gower.